Muchos creen que las rusas son las hembras más hermosas del mundo, en por qué.
Y es que las adolescentes rusas están preparadas para conseguir su pasaporte directo al estrellato.
The huge chasm between those numbers—one set from the U. They also help to underline tensions between various branches of the U. itself over how to cope with the sexual abuse problem.
N., the other from a study financed in large measure by the government of Sweden --is certain to keep fanning skepticism about under-reporting, flawed investigation methods, resistance to investigation and a culture of impunity toward sexual offenses in U. The 2012 study was based on a carefully weighted survey of 1,381 Liberian households, and involved detailed questions for 475 women between the ages of 18 and 30, including questions about the age when they first engaged in quid-pro-quo sexual behavior.
The report, to be published in the journal Archives of Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, highlights the continued failure of Labour's pledge to halve pregnancies among 16- and 17-year-olds by 2010.
Last week, figures by the Department for Children, Schools and Families revealed underage pregnancies rose by four per cent to 7,462 in 2005.
It has also been connected to the notable decline in the amount of young people who are concerned with catching HIV (stats reveal that 24 per cent of 15-25-year-olds are “not afraid” of the virus).
But why, despite all the obvious dangers, is this disturbing trend so appealing?
By contrast, in 2012, the United Nations peacekeeping force in Liberia, or UNMIL, reported just nine substantiated allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse, out of 61 such allegations across all such U. missions, according to an annual report put out the following year by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s office.
In response, the Government has announced a raft of measures, including personal contraception counsellors to stop teenage mothers from getting pregnant again.
But Dr Adrian Rogers, former chairman of the Conservative Family Institute, said it was not enough and called on the Government to halt its policies which told children that "if you couldn't be good, be careful".
England and Wales now have the highest birth rates for under-16s in western Europe.
In some areas, nearly one schoolgirl in every 50 is falling pregnant.